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. . . Mechanisms of Aging by Ben Best Please take the short Life Extension Values Clarification Survey Note: This monograph does NOT have a terminal copyright date — development is ongoing CONTENTS: LINKS TO SECTIONS BY TOPIC DEFINITION OF AGING SYMPTOMS OF AGING AN OVERVIEW OF AGING AND OF AGING THEORIES EVOLUTION THEORY AND SPECIES-SPECIFIC AGING . . .
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he underlying mechanism of proinflammatory NF-κB activation by the mTORC2/Akt/IKKα pathway during skin aging ." Oncotarget doi:10.18632/oncotarget.10943 Jang Eun Ji, Kim Dae Hyun, Lee Bonggi, Lee Eun Kyeong, Chung Ki Wung, et al.
. . . sensitivity to endotoxin-induced liver inflammation: Implication of inflammasome/IL-1β for steatohepatitis." Aging cell 14 (4) doi:10.1111/acel.12305 Kim Seon Hee, Kang Yong Jung, Sung Bokyung, Kim Dong Hwan, Lim Hyun Sook, et al. 2015
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. . . 215 Clinical and experimental rheumatology 196 Clinical and experimental immunology 192 Top authors for anti aging Authors # of publications Stroffolini T 46 Alvarado-Esquivel Cosme 44 Chung Hae Young 40 Romero Roberto 39 Kashiwagi S 38 Zhang Wei 38 Hayashi J 37 Gleicher Norbert 34 Horiuchi S 34 Suzuki K 34 Yu Byung Pal 34 Adam Margaret . . .
ing and Old Age VI-A. Why would a person who is old and sick with diseases of old age want to be cryopreserved? VI-B. What is aging and why should it be regarded as a curable disease ? VI-C.
. . . Because the skull provides a handy protective casing for the brain − and because removal of the brain could be damaging − it is easier to preserve the whole head rather than just the brain. The brain is easier to vitrify than other organs, especially when attention and effort is concentrated on vitrifying the brain
search in the group relies on combining high-resolution live cell imaging and quantitative analysis of cytoskeletal dynamics with in vitro reconstitution experiments.
Keywords: Cognition; behavioural neuroscience; learning and decision making; brain imaging; brain connectivity; computational neuroscience; neural coding Competing interests statement: Tim Behrens receives funding from the Wellcome Trust, the James S McDonnell Foundation, the National Institute of Health, and . . .
. . . Home Medical research / Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes February 23, 2017 Researchers discover link between aging, devastating lung disease February 23, 2017 A chest radiograph of a patient with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF).
. . . is a poorly understood disease, and its effects are devastating," says Nathan LeBrasseur, Ph.D., director, Healthy Aging and Independent Living program, Mayo Clinic Robert and Arlene Kogod Center on Aging and senior author of this study. "Individuals with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis express difficulty completing routine activities